- Actor Noel Clarke has been accused of sexual harassment and bullying by 20 women.
- The women said they worked with Clarke in professional settings.
- BAFTA suspended Clarke’s membership amid the allegations.
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Actor Noel Clarke was accused of sexual harassment, groping, and bullying by 20 women in an article published by The Guardian on Thursday.
All of the women said they worked with Clarke – who was known for his roles in “Doctor Who” and “Bulletproof” – in professional settings.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) suspended Clarke’s membership and recent Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award amid the allegations, according to Variety.
The actor has denied all but one of the allegations. He admitted to making inappropriate comments about one woman and said he apologized, Variety reported.
Representatives for Clarke didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment regarding The Guardian’s report.